Kaplan Anatomy Coloring Book
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Kaplan Anatomy Coloring Book

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and label them
on the diagram. Color these areas in
different colors on the illustration.
Answer Key: a. Clavicle, b. Humerus,
c. Scapula, d. Radius, e. Ulna, f. Carpals,
g. Metacarpals, h. Phalanges
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The pectoral girdle consists of the
scapulae and the clavicles. Each
scapula is a triangular bone and the
three edges are known as the
superior border, the lateral border,
and the medial border. The
scapular spine is on the posterior
surface and it expands into a
terminal process known as the
acromion process. Above the spine
is the supraspinous fossa. Below the
spine is the infraspinous fossa and
on the anterior side of the scapula is
the subscapular fossa and the
coracoid process. The inferior angle
of the scapula is at the junction of
the medial and lateral borders.
Inferior to the acromion process is
the glenoid fossa. This is a
depression where the head of the
humerus articulates with the
scapula. Label the various features of
the scapula and color in the regions
of the bone with different colors.
Locate as many of the features from
the various angles presented.
Answer Key: a.Acromion process,
b. Superior border, c. Coracoid process,
d. Glenoid fossa, e. Subscapular fossa,
f. Lateral border, g. Medial border,
h. Inferiorangle, i, Supraspinous fossa,
j. Scapular spine,k. Infraspinous fossa
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The clavicle is a thin bone that stabilizes the shoulder joint in a lateral
position. It has a blunt end that articulates with the sternum (the sternal
end) and a flattened end that joins with the acromion process of the
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scapula. This is called the acromial end. A small bump on the inferior
part of the clavicle has a ligament that attaches to the coracoid process of
the scapula. This bump is called the conoid tubercle. Label the clavicle
and color the ends and the conoid tubercle.
Answer Key: a, Sternal end, b. Acromial end, c. Conoid tubercle
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Superior view
Inferior view
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The humerus has a proximal head
that fits into the glenoid fossa of the
scapula. Just at the edge of the head
is a rim known as the anatomical
neck. Below this neck are the greater
and lesser tubercle and the
depression between the two is the
intertubercular groove. Below these
is the surgical neck of the humerus.
The deltoid muscle attaches to the
humerus at the deltoid tuberosity
and the two expanded wing-like
processes at the distal end of the
humerus are the supracondylar
ridges. Inferior to these are the
medial and lateral epicondyles and
at the articulating ends of the
humerus are the lateral capitulum
and the medial trochlea. The
depression on the anterior surface of
the humerus into which the ulna fits
is called the coronoid fossa and the
posterior depression where the
elbow locks into the humerus is
called the olecranon fossa. Label the
figure and color in the specific parts
of the illustration.
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Anterior View Posterior View
Answer Key: a. Greatertubercle,
b. Head,c. Anatomical neck,d. Lesser
tubercle, e. Intertuberculargroove,
f. Surgical neck,g. Deltoid tuberosity,
h. Supracondylar ridges, i. Lateral
epicondyle, j. Coronoid fossa,
k.Olecranon fossa, I.Medial epicondyle,
m. Capitulum, n. Trochlea
The radius has a circular head, a
radial tuberosity on the shaft
(where the biceps brachii muscle
attaches), and a distal styloid
process. At the distal end of the
radius is a depression where the ulna
joins with the radius. This is known
as the ulnar notch of the radius.
The ulna has a proximal olecranon
process, a coronoid process, and the
trochlear notch between the two.
Just distal to the coronoid process of
the ulna is the tuberosity ofthe
ulna, a projection where muscles
attach. The head of the ulna is distal
and it also has a styloid process. At
the proximal portion of the ulna is a
depression where the head of the
radius articulates with the ulna. This
depression is known as the radial
notch of the ulna.
When the two bones are joined you
can see where each fits into the
other. On the edge of each bone is
the interosseus margin. This is a
ridge where the interosseus
membrane connects the bones.
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Answer Key: a.Olecranon process,
b. Trochlear notch,c.Coronoidprocess,
d. Radial notch,e. Tuberosity of the
ulna, f. Head, g. Radial tuberosity,
h. Interosseus margin,i. Ulnarnotch,
j. Styloid process
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Right Hand,
Anterior View,
Right Hand,
Posterior View
Right Hand,
Anterior View
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Answer Key: a. Phalanges, b. Head,
c. Shaft, d. Base, e. Hamate, f.Capitate,
g.Triquetrum, h. Lunate, i. Metacarpal,
j. Trapezoid, k.Trapezium, I. Scaphoid,
m. Pisiform
The hand consists of 27 bones
divided into three groups: the
carpals, the metacarpals, and the
phalanges. The thumb is known as
the pollex and is listed as the first
digit of the hand. The index finger is
the second digit and the fingers are
listed sequentially with the little
finger being the fifth digit. The
bones of the fingers are known as
phalanges and they are named
according to what digit they belong
and as being proximal, middle or
distal. Therefore the bone of tip of
the little finger is the distal phalanx
of the fifth digit while the bone in
the place where you would normally
wear a wedding ring is the proximal
phalanx of the fourth digit. Each
phalanx has a proximal base, a shaft,
and a distal head. The metacarpals
are the bones of the palm of the
hand. Each metacarpal also has a
proximal base, a shaft, and a distal
head. There are five metacarpals and
they are named for the phalanges
that extend from them. The first
metacarpal articulates with the
thumb. The carpals are the bones of
the wrist. There are eight carpal
bones in two rows. The bone under
the thumb is the trapezium. The one
medial to it is the trapezoid. The
capitate is found under the third
metacarpal and the hamate finishes
that row. Proximal to the trapezium
is the scaphoid, which joins with the
radius. The next bone in line is the
lunate, followed by the triquetrum,
and finally the little pisiform bone.
If you memorize the bones in this
sequence you can use a mnemonic
device to remember them. This
mnemonic is The Tom Cat Has
Shaken Loose To Prowl. The first
letter of the mnemonic represents
the first letter of the carpal bone.
Label the illustration and color all of
the phalanges one color. Color the
metacarpals another color and color
the carpal bones individual colors.
As you color the various illustrations
of the hand use the same color
scheme for the bones.
The hip bones are known as the os
coxae. Each os coxa is a result of the
fusion of three bones, the ilium, the
ischium, and the pubis. Label and
color in these three fused bones
using a different color for each area.
The two os coxae, when joined
together by the pubic symphysis,
form the pelvis and it can be divided
into an upper false pelvis and a
lower true pelvis separated by the
pelvic brim. The anterior superior